|Amazon.com Marketplace||$3,999.99||See It|
No detail overlooked. Or underthought. From the curve of the unibody enclosure to the glass of the Multi-Touch trackpad, every aspect of the MacBook has been carefully considered and then considered again.
Laptop Type: Notebook
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
Included Network Card: IEEE 802.11n, Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth 2.1
Display Type: LED Backlight
Interface Connection: 2 x USB 2.0, Ethernet RJ-45 Yes, DisplayPort Yes
Included Drives: DVD±R/±RW
Video Chipset: nVIDIA GeForce 320M
Processor Class: Intel Core 2 Duo
Green Compliance: EPEAT Gold
Product Title: Apple MacBook MC516LLA 13.3" White Notebook
Power Score: 4.4 | 9 Reviews
Processor Speed: 2.40 GHz
Cache Size: 3 MB
Installed Memory: 2 GB
Maximum Memory: 4 GB
Memory Technology: DDR3 SDRAM
Input Devices: Track Pad
Display Size: 13.3"
Aspect Ratio: 16:10
Max Resolution: 1280 x 800
Installed Video Memory: 256 MB
Hard Drive Capacity: 250 GB
Number of Hard Drives Included: 1
Solid State Drive Capacity: No
Included Devices: Built-In Microphone Yes, Built-In Webcam Yes
Battery Life: 10 Hour
Weight: 4.70 lb
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Bus Speed: 1066 MHz
Video Memory: 256 MB Shared
Product Reviews (9)
Strengths: Battery life, user friendly, speed
I've been using a PC since before I can remember. After my PC began to fail two years into college, I knew it was the time to upgrade. Apple software is different, but I personally find it much easier to maneuver. Apple offers great student discounts and the Genius Bar has been nothing but kind whenever I've run into confusion/problems. This computer is fast, easy and well worth the money. For...
Read Full Review
I've been using a PC since before I can remember. After my PC began to fail two years into college, I knew it was the time to upgrade. Apple software is different, but I personally find it much easier to maneuver. Apple offers great student discounts and the Genius Bar has been nothing but kind whenever I've run into confusion/problems. This computer is fast, easy and well worth the money. For someone who once received virus threats at least three times a month, this has had zero - and i've had it since January 2010. I'll never go back to a PC, ever. Definitely consider Macbook!
By anonymous; - Nov 9, 2010
The Most Wonderful Computer Made
Strengths: Very easy to use and easy to learn especially if you are going from an HP to a Mac. Key board is great, sound is also great.
Weakness: I have a laptop and desktop and still can't find a weakness.
Thank you Workers at Apple in Holyoke for helping me learn to go from HP to Mac with such ease....the workers are as great as their computers are.
By anonymous; - Aug 10, 2010
I love this laptop
Strengths: It is light, durable, sleek, and quick
Weakness: The speakers are not great
Overall I love this mac book. This is my first Apple computer and I would never go back to a PC. This laptop has everything i could possibly need from Garageband to Word. It is so much quicker than my Dell and hasn't gotten any viruses. The Genius squad at the Apple store is so helpful if you need anything or have any questions. It has a good amount of memory and is extremely durable.
By MartinPG - Jul 9, 2010
No Better Laptop
Strengths: User friendly, great battery life, very rarely has software issues or viruses
I had a PC for years and it always gave me trouble. Now I have had this Apple laptop and it is fantastic. I have never had a virus or problem with it and it is very user friendly, even for users new to apple. I highly recommend this product for students entering college or graduate school.
By davideisenberg - Jul 2, 2010
Apple MacBook spring 2010 (Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz, 2GB RAM, 250GB HDD)
THE GOOD: Faster processor; improved graphics; better battery life. THE BAD: Still no SD card slot; might be time for Apple to switch to 16:9 aspect ratio displays. THE BOTTOM LINE: Apple slightly revamps its basic MacBook with improvements under the hood, but keeps the design and price the same, which makes the new MacBook tough to beat as a back-to-school laptop.
Read Full Review
By cnet.com - Jun 8, 2010